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This map shows all 31 Primary Health Networks in Australia. It prints in A0 size.Part of a collection: Victoria Primary Health Networks (PHN) resource collection, Queensland Primary Health Networks (PHN) resource collection, South Australia Primary Health Networks (PHN) resource collection, Western Australia Primary Health Networks (PHN) resource collection, Tasmania Primary Health Network (PHN) resource collection, Northern Territory Primary Health Network (PHN) resource collection, Australian Capital Territory Primary Health Network (PHN) resource collection, New South Wales Primary Health Networks (PHN) resource collection
Australian Government response to contributing lives, thriving communities – review of mental health programmes and services
This fact sheet outlines the Australian Government response to the National Mental Health Commission’s Review of Mental Health Programmes and Services, Contributing lives, thriving communities.
This fact sheet provides an overview of cigarette plain packaging laws for both the general public and tobacco suppliers.
This fact sheet provides an overview of cigar plain packaging laws for both the general public and tobacco suppliers.
This fact sheet provides an overview of tobacco plain packaging laws for both the general public and tobacco suppliers.
This fact sheet gives medical registrars information on how Medicare provider numbers apply to the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program.
This master plan sets out the vision for the delivery of aged care services across the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula region. It identifies the need for integrated aged care delivery that meets the community’s needs and preferences.
John talks about his experience with using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit. Receiving a reminder letter prompted him to do the test. Listen to his story.
Stephen and Mary Ann talk about their experience with the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program and the importance of encouraging loved ones to do the test.
This report describes our work to deliver the Government's long term national health plan in the financial year ending 30 June 2015. It includes information about our reforms, operations, budget, governance and performance.
The University of Canberra reviewed the Tackling Indigenous Smoking and Health Lifestyle Programme in 2014. Their series of reports focused on how to improve this program using evidence-based approaches.
These guidelines describe the funding of activities to reduce smoking rates in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
This fact sheet explains how Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) service providers can access Australian Government-funded interpreting services.
This is the report from the second Australian Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing. It reports on various mental health conditions among children and young people, as well as how they use services.
This report presents the main findings of market research carried out in 2015 to evaluate the success of the bowel cancer screening campaign.
This report evaluates the effectiveness of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program’s 2015 campaign, ‘A gift for living’.Part of a collection: National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – research and evaluation
This report outlines an evaluation to determine current levels of awareness, attitudes, knowledge, behaviour and intentions about breast cancer and breast cancer screening following the BreastScreen Australia campaign.
Cheryl Flanders shares her story about surviving breast cancer. Breast screening saved her life and she encourages other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to have the screening mammogram.